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Feb 22 2015

Ever wondered what all those Rutgers students are listening to on their headphones as they walk to class? We decided to stop and ask. Watch our video to find out what music keeps Rutgers students going.

Nov 19 2014

Holiday concerts series by Rutgers University-Newark Chorus will be the last led by John Floreen and Susan McAdoo.

Nov 14 2014

 The Mason Gross graduate composer forum allows graduate students to hear their works played by professional musicians. 

Nov 5 2014

Rutgers instructor Karen Kowalski teaches piano as a form of therapy for children with special needs. Watch our video and meet two children who have made great strides at the keyboard and beyond.

Oct 9 2014

Two new organs at Kirkpatrick Chapel are captivating visitors with their sounds. Watch our video to see how the wind instruments work and delight your ears with their powerful notes.

Sep 24 2014

Rutgers students are learning to use their bodies as musical instruments. A new Byrne seminar called "Rhythm, Drumming and Body Percussion" has first-year students tapping, clapping and stomping their feet to make some interesting sounds.

Sep 16 2014

Most events are free; all are open to the public.

Benjamin Franklin
Jun 5 2014

Accompanying narration using Benjamin Franklin's own words will enhance performance by Rutgers' Distinguished Professor of Music Julianne Baird. 

Feb 18 2014

Watch as Opera at Rutgers prepared to perform Benjamin Britten's "The Rape of Lucretia" at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City.

Wael Farouk
Sep 27 2013

Born with short hand ligaments that make it difficult to reach the ends of the piano, Wael Farouk was told his disability was too much and his dreams of being able to play were impossible.